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Action Bronson has a habit of doing some weird shit on stage. This time, he wandered off during his set at Ottawa Bluesfest to hang out among the people in what looks like a mostly empty VIP section.…   Read Story »
Ab-Soul, the Black Hippy crew's resident bugged-out rap weirdo, has been working on a mysterious new album called These Days... for a while now, and he's been throwing consistently strong loose…   Read Story »
Hot on the heels of naming his food show Fuck, That's Delicious, Action Bronson revealed that the title of his next album will be Mr. Wonderful. Here's the tweet: MY ALBUM BEEN NAMED. THE ONLY…   Read Story »
Fuck, That's Delicious, the show that follows rapper and gourmet chef Action Bronson and his adventurous eating habits, has finally premiered. In the first episode Bronson talks about his tour and…   Read Story »
Here's at least one more of Outkast's 40 festival appearances this year. The newly expanded traveling Mad Decent Block Party features different lineups on different dates, and the Denver stop will be…   Read Story »
Last night's Action Bronson show at Portland's Roseland Theater ended in proverbial and literal flames. As OregonLive reports, when the MC lit up a joint on stage, he was quickly rushed and chokeheld…   Read Story »
"I shoulda won a Grammy" is the sort of overblown, ridiculous, vaguely facetious statement that Riff Raff lives to make. But in a year when Macklemore won just about every rap Grammy, it's a hard…   Read Story »
Curren$y and Action Bronson are both masterful free-associators with permanently lidded eyes and big internet fanbases, so it makes sense that they'd link up with each other. Bronson appears on…   Read Story »
After the triumphant year he had in 2013, Chance the Rapper is now a conquering hero in his Chicago hometown. And over the past few nights, he's had a few opportunities to bask in that glory. A few…   Read Story »
Last year, there was one album -- Kendrick Lamar's Good Kid, m.A.A.d. City -- that united virtually the entire rap-listening public in adoration. This year, no such luck. Many heard my #1 pick of the…   Read Story »